National Team: Made his international debut with the U.S. Under-17 National Team on February 13, 1998 against Mexico ... U-17: Blasted a 25-yard free kick against Costa Rica in the '99 CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament that teammate Landon Donovan deflected into the goal ... Started and played every minute at the CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament ... Scored two goals against Jamaica in 2-1 victory with goal celebrations that included an acrobatic flip in the air and a kiss of the crest on the U.S. jersey.
High School: Plays center midfield at Arapohoe High School ... Won Colorado State Championship in '97, finishing the season with a 17-2-1 record and a 23rd national ranking ... Team captain junior year and earned second team all-state ... NSCAA Youth All-American in '98.
Personal: At the age of 17 he signed an Major League Soccer Pro-40 contract on August 17, 1999 and will play for the Colorado Rapids following the completion of the U-17 residency program in December ... Avid water and snow skier, actually offered to try-out for the Winter Park, Colo. ski team ... Played with older brother, Shay, winning the state championship ... Second oldest of six siblings ... Father, Lade, is head coach for Littleton United ... As a youngster he had a fetish for playing with snakes ... Father won a state championship in soccer at the same high school ... Wears #17 because his father and brother both wore it ... Parents were high school sweethearts ... Full name is Seth Daniel Trembly.
(1) Describe how it feels to play for your country? It is arush when you put on the jersey and step onto the field.